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If you want to have a closer look at the countryside of South Africa, then there is no better way than boarding the Rovos Rail A privately owned company, the Rovos Rail was established in 1989 and offers some of the most sumptuous train journeys. Traveling on different routes through South Africa, the train also traverses Namibia and Tanzania. Itineraries: The train journeys on Rovos Rail vary from 24 hours to a fortnight. The train is hauled by steam, diesel or electric locomotives at different points of the journey. Cape Town to Pretoria (3 days/2 nights): This is one of the most popular journeys that starts from Cape Town aboard the "Pride of Africa" and takes visitors through the village of Matjiesfontein and Kimberly before terminating at Pretoria. Guests can get down at Matjiesfontein to explore this serene historic village. There is also a brief stop at Kimberly where a tour of the city is arranged. This journey can be taken vice versa also from Pretoria to Cape Town. Pretoria to Durban (3 days/2 nights): The "Pride of Africa"takes guests from Pretoria to Durban through two game reserves. Leaving Pretoria the train crosses Heidelberg, Vooruitsig and the Majuba Hill. It makes an overnight stop at Elandslaagte. The next day guests are taken out for an exciting drive into the Nambiti Private Game Reserve; after brunch in the train, visitors are again taken to the Spionkop Lodge where they can opt for two types of excursions in the Spionkop Game Reserve. On the third day the train stops for a visit to the Ardmore ceramics gallery and later continues the journey to reach Durban late in the afternoon. Pretoria to Victoria Falls (3 days/2 nights): The train "Pride of Africa" departs from Pretoria and slowly wanders into through Mafikeng into Botswana. The next day in the evening border formalities are completed at on the borders of Zimbabwe at Plumtree. On the third day the train reaches Victoria Falls in the evening. Cape Town to Dar Es Salaam (14 days/ 13 nights): A 14-day epic journey onboard the Edwardian Safari. The journey starts from Cape Town making a stop at the Matjiesfontein village on the same day. Short stops are made at cities of Kimberly and Pretoria before reaching the Zeerust for a game drive. Continuing the journey, the train crosses Zimbabwe to arrive at Victoria Falls for an overnight stay and sightseeing. The train passes through Lusaka and after an excursion at Chisimba Falls and Mlimba and finally arrives at Dar Es Salaam on Day 14. There are also other itineraries such as a 7-day journey to Swakopmund, 9-day golf safaris, 17-day Southern Africa Air Safari, annual 9-day African Collage journey and a classic 28-days Cape Town to Cairo journey that is offered every two years. Accommodation: There are three types of sleeper coaches in the Rovos Rail trains namely the Royal Suites, Deluxe Suites and Pullman Suites. All the suites are spacious and elegantly designed. Each of the Royal Suites has a private lounge, en-suite bathroom apart from other facilities. The Deluxe Suites have twin or double beds with en-suite bathrooms and lounge area. The Pullman Suites have comfy sofa seats during the day that can be converted into double or twin beds during the evening; these suites also have en-suite showers. Common facilities include writing desk, personal safe and air-conditioning. Dining: The dining cars on the Rovos Rail are elegant and spacious to accommodate as many as 72 passengers. The food on board is not assured Halal Observation Deck & Gift Shop: the Observation car is located at the rear end of the train and has seats for 32 passengers. There is also a small gift shop at the center of the lounge car where guests can buy essentials and also souvenirs....
Allow yourself to indulge in a bit of luxury as you board the Blue Train in South Africa Taking visitors to some of the most exotic destinations of the country, the Blue Train is titled as a "moving five-star hotel". The original concept of the train was launched in 1923 as the Union Limited and Union Express trains. The service was discontinued during World War II and then restarted in 1946. The train was refurbished and re-launched in 1997. Itineraries: The most frequent route of the Blue Train is between Cape Town and Pretoria and vice versa. Traversing a distance of 1,600Km the train takes almost 27 hours to cover the entire distance. On the Northbound Journey, the train starts from Cape Town in the morning and arrives at Matjiesfontein just after lunch on board. The train stops here for a short duration for a sightseeing tour. Pre-dinner snacks and dinner are served onboard and the train reaches its destination, Pretoria, in the morning. On the Southbound Journey, the train starts from Pretoria in the morning and reaches Kimberly in the evening. The train makes a short halt at Kimberly where visitors can enjoy sightseeing. The journey is continued and dinner is served on board. The train reaches Cape Town in the afternoon the following day. There are several special packages that take visitors on different journeys such as Pretoria to Durban; Pretoria to Bakabung Game lodge (2 nights stay); Ivory Tree Game Lodge (2 nights stay); Zambali Game Lodge (2 nights stay) and the Sanbona Wildlife Reserve (2 nights stay) OR Jock Safari Lodge (3 nights stay). Accommodation: The Blue Train has an interior that will leave guests in awe; there is a choice between Deluxe Accommodation and Luxury Accommodation. All the suites are equipped with facilities like air-conditioning, telephone, TV, and en-suite bathrooms. Deluxe Coaches - there are eight deluxe coaches on the train with conference cars and there are four suites in every deluxe coach with twin beds or double beds. Luxury Coaches - there are eight luxury coaches on the Blue Train, each with three suites. The suites have a choice of two twin beds or one double bed. The luxury suites provide a choice of radio or movie channels. Dining & Entertainment: The Blue Train offers a fine dining experience with an excellent selection of cuisines.The dining car is spacious enough to accommodate 42 people. Lunch is usually casual whereas dinner is a formal affair. Throughout the journey delicious snacks are served in the suites. The Blue Train may be able to arrange for special dietary needs including Halal food availability. The train also features an elegant lounge car where guests can relax and interact with fellow travelers. A conference car equipped with excellent audio visual and technical equipment is available for guests to entertain themselves with when they're not busy staring at the wonderful scenery outside. Boutique: There is a jewelry boutique on the Blue Train where guests can purchase some exclusive pieces and rare gems. The boutique also has leather goods, books, golf shirts and other apparels. ...
Leisure travel is something that everyone would like to experience. Trains have always been a mode of relaxed travelling and with some trains being decked up with luxuries and taking travellers along some of the most scenic rides, the journey becomes all the more enjoyable. Some of the best train journeys are listed here. Credit - giphy.com The Glacier Express: Undoubtedly one of the most scenic trains in Switzerland, the Glacier Express traverses along some of the most scenic views of Europe. The train covers a distance of 180 miles in around eight hours moving from Zermatt to St Moritz. Venice Simplon-Orient-Express: Picture Credit : Belmond.com Connecting some of the best cities in Europe, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is one of the most charming train journeys. The train runs for three days covering the most scenic views of France, Switzerland and Austria. Rovos, Pride of Africa: Picture Credit - www.greatrail.com An awesome date with nature, the Pride of Africa explores the majesty and hidden treasures of the Continent. This luxurious train follows a long itinerary taking guests through South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania. This train has been rated among the most luxurious trains in the world. Eastern & Oriental Express: Picture Credit - Belmond.com Linking Singapore and Bangkok, the breathtaking Eastern & Oriental Express travels over 1,200 miles taking you across lush countryside and paddy fields. The food on the train is delicious with international and eastern influences. Palace on Wheels: Picture Credits - tourism.rajasthan.gov.in Adorned with extravagances, the Palace on Wheels chugs through the princely state of Rajasthan. It crosses the Thar Desert and some of the best cities of Northern India. You can enjoy a royal welcome in Jaipur, a camel safari near Jaisalmer, lunch at the Lake Palace in Udaipur and afternoon at Taj Mahal. The Bernina Express: One of the best ways of crossing the Alps, the Bernina Express travels from northern to southern Europe. Running through Switzerland's Graubunden region, the train crosses some of the most breathtaking sceneries of Europe. The Blue Train: Picture Credit - www.luxurytrains.co.za Launched in 1998, the Blue Train offers a hotel like an experience on wheels. Every compartment boasts of individually controlled air-conditioning, television, telephone and en-suite bathrooms. Professionally trained butlers are at your served all around the clock. The train follows the traditional route from Pretoria to Cape Town. Trans-Siberian Express: Running from Moscow over the Urals across the outstanding Russian steppes and Lake Baikal to Vladivostok, the Trans-Siberian Express claims to travel over one-third of the world and travels for eight days. The Canadian: Picture Credit - Railpictures.net Taking visitors through the awe-inspiring beauty of Canada, the Canadian travels over 2,749 miles between Toronto and Vancouver. During its course of the journey, the train travels along some of the most incredible landscapes of the country. For more travel inspiration and destinations to visit download the halal trip travel app. ...